Golden Baccarat is a card game played against
the house. The objective of the game is to predict
the outcome of the cards dealt to the player and
the banker. All hands will have a point value
equal to or less than nine, keeping in mind that
all cards worth 10 points count as zero, and Aces
count as one. When the total value of the cards
is more than 10, then 10 is deducted from that
number to get a card value under or equal to nine.
To play, you place your wager on any one of the
The player's hand
The player's hand and a tie
The banker's hand and a tie
The drawing rules can be found in the ‘DRAWING
RULES’ section below. The winning hand is
the hand closest to a score of nine after all
the cards are dealt.
may place a bet on either the player’s hand
or the banker’s hand, and you may also place
a bet on the hand being tied, either on its own
or in addition to one of the other bets. You cannot
place a bet on both the player and the banker’s
hands at the same time. The cards are then drawn,
and the winning hand is paid according to the
odds outlined in the ‘Payout’ section
All suits (spades, hearts, clubs, and diamonds)
have equal rank.
The game is played using a single deck of 52 cards
with no jokers.
The cards are shuffled at the start of every game.
The minimum bet is $1 USD on each option. The
maximum bet is $100 USD.
The game rules and payouts are identical in both
the real money and play money versions.
All 10-score cards, or scores which total 10,
are counted as zero. For example, if a 7 and a
6 were dealt, totaling 13, 10 points would be
deducted, making the total three.
How to play:
To select the chip denomination you wish to bet,
click on any of the available chips at the edge
of the table.
Place your bet by clicking on the desired betting
area. To increase your bet, continue to click
on the betting area. To remove a bet, right-click
on the chips within the betting area.
Once you have placed your bets, click the ‘DEAL’
button to begin the hand.
Initially, four cards are dealt: Two to the player
and two to the banker. A third card may be drawn
to each of the two hands, Depending on the totals
of these hands. The full rules can be found in
the ‘DRAWING RULES’ section below.
After all the cards have been drawn, the result
is announced, and the bets are paid or taken accordingly.
To play again at the same bet level, click on
‘DEAL’ to start a new hand.
To alter your bet level or clear your bets, click
on ‘CLEAR’. You can then begin placing
your bets again.
Your game balance shows the amount of funds you
have left available for the game. See below for
more details on ‘REBUY’.
The default bet for the next game is the same
as the amount you bet in the previous one. You
can choose to increase or decrease your bet as
If your game balance falls below the value of
the last bet placed, the system will prompt you
to either choose a lower bet level or click on
the ‘REBUY’ button to add more funds
to the table from your PartyAccount.
Click on the 'RULES' button in the bottom left-hand
corner of the game screen to view the game rules.
Click on the ‘GAMELOGS’ button to
view the logs of the games you have played.
Click on ‘VERSION’ to view the current
version number of the game.
Click on ‘REBUY’ to buy more credits
into the game balance from your PartyAccount.
To exit the game, click on ‘EXIT GAME’.
Once your bet has been placed and the ‘DEAL’
button has been clicked, four cards will be drawn
in the following order: Player, banker, player,
According to the drawing rules laid out below,
a further card is drawn to the player’s
hand and/or the banker’s hand, giving a
maximum number of six cards that can be drawn.
The winning hand is the hand which achieves a
score closest to nine.
All 10-point cards (except Aces) are equal to
zero. Aces count as one, and the remaining cards
are worth their face value.
When the total points of the player's or the dealer's
cards add up to a point value more than 10, then
10 is deducted from that number to get a point
value equal to or less than nine. For example,
if a 7 and a 6 were dealt, totaling 13, 10 points
would be deducted, making the total three.
If a hand scores eight or nine with the first
two cards, it is considered a natural winner,
and will win automatically unless it is beaten
by a higher natural winner.
If there is a tie, bets on the banker or player
All other totals for the initial two cards are
decided in accordance with the drawing rules laid
All winning bets on the player’s hand are
paid at odds of even money.
All winning bets on the banker’s hand are
paid at even money less 5% commission (or ‘vigorish’).
All winning bets on the tie bet are paid at odds